Category: music

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Rock Gold from Angry Old Men

A night of song from some of the twentieth century’s finest rockers, The Songs and Tales of Angry Old Men takes you to an altar where you can worship all the great male musicians you’ll never see on one set…

Jack Daniels Barrel House

Jack Daniel’s Barrel House Pop Up at Southbank

  Southern hospitality has arrived at Southbank with the annual Jack Daniel’s Barrel House pop up. We got a taste of the venue, festivities, and Jack’s finest at the launch event. The purpose made pop up has some real down…

Struggle With Glory: Harry James Angus at Melbourne Music Week

Known to many Aussies as the trumpet-playing singer from The Cat Empire, Harry James Angus showed off this very different project to a packed crowd at this years Melbourne Music Week. Playing in the open-air car park of St Paul’s…

Melbourne Music Week 2017: Opening Night & DJ Hell

Melbourne Music Week is a feature of the year for any festival-loving Melburnian. The flagship music festival of the City of Melbourne, it has developed a reputation for innovation edgy-ness and out right ‘how are they doing this?!’. After a…

Best of November: Where to Eat, Drink, and Party

Gear up Melbourne, November is going to be huge! With a range of festivals, carnivals, and parties, you’re sure to find something (or multiple things) you’ll love. Check out our top ten finds for the month of November. Espresso Martini…

Hallowine – Decadence & Decay

Ghost Host are the experiential purveyors of ‘vorfreude’ – the intense anticipation that comes from imagining future pleasures. This word is so, so apt when it came to their marquee 2017 event, Hallowine Decadence & Decay. I was so, so…

The Magnetic Fields

The Magnetic Fields 50 Song Memoir

The Melbourne Festival is full of creative, emotional, and intellectually stimulating art. The Festival is a treat for the senses and the Australian exclusive of the Magnetic Fields 50 Song Memoir is yet another reason for Melburnians to feel special….

NGV Friday Nights: Dior & Electric Fields

The National Gallery of Victoria’s (NGV) Friday night sessions are always a highlight of any Melburnian’s calendar. How could they not be? A gallery viewing plus a noted headliner. When I say noted headliner, I mean it. The team doesn’t…

A requiem for Cambodia: ‘Bangsokol’ at Melbourne Festival

The Khmer Rouge’s atrocious rule left 1.7 million dead in Cambodia. Today, the victims of the 1975-1979 genocide have become music. Composer Him Sophy has teamed up with filmmaker Rithy Panh to create A requiem for Cambodia: Bangsokol, a multi-disciplinary…